Crag & TailA laidback and versatile spirit that's distilled and bottled in our home county of Angus. Elderflower, watermelon and citrus.
UWAAberdeen collaborates with Mexico. Using only the finest 100% Blue Weber Agave and Speyside whisky casks to create an ultra premium tequila.
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Dram DrawerAlways distilled to a maximum run of 300 bottles per variant this limited edition bottling company hooks up with some of the most established distilleries around the country and have them create a 1 off recipe that when it's gone, it's gone!
KintyreBottled in the Torrisdale Estate using a hydro powered distillery from the water running off the highest point in Kintyre. Botanicals are sourced locally (Sheep Sorrel and Icelandic Moss) and a tree is planted for every case sold.
Port of Leith DistilleryLind & Lime. A powerhouse coming direct from Leith, Edinburgh. A custom bottle named after scurvy pioneer Dr Andrew Lind. Featuring 7 botanicals including the lime that gave positive results in the scurvy riddled patients.
Wild IslandFrom the Isle of Colonsay. Wild Island showcases 16 fresh and citrusy botanicals in their original and 22 in the brand new Sacred Tree to give you a more berry led gin and a true taste of the Hebrides.
Misty IsleHailing from the Isle of Skye. The Wilson brother creators have captured the island's rugged elements with their unique bottle shape. The gin itself utilises a top secret ingredient that can only be found on the island.
Rock RoseFrom the most northern distillery on mainland Scotland. Martin and Claire Murray have created one of the most awarded gins in our portfolio with equally as good limited editions being brought out with every season change.
GlasweginA massively popular gin with stylish and minimal branding. If milk thistle, angelica and pink peppercorns are your thing then look no further!
Porter'sThe vision of 3 Aberdeen based bartenders coming together is all it took for Porter's to take off. Botanicals are delicately distilled using a 'rotary evaporator' retaining much more flavour than traditional methods.
eeNooA brand new gin from the Lost loch Distillers in Aboyne. Named after an Inuit explorer from the 1830's and also the old Scot's tongue for just now, at the present time, in a short time, at once.
Seven CroftsThe much anticipated gin from Ullapool showcased in a bespoke bottle, containing a recipe that was perfected over 96 tweaks!
EskerA stunning Deeside gin, utilising unique botanicals such as Silver Birch which is tapped from the trees on Kincardine Estate. Winner of the Scottish Field Awards, beating 59 other premium Scottish gins in a blind tasting.
Electric Spirit CoJames Porteous' creation 'Achroous' is a punchy juniper lead gin from Leith. Expertly utilising Sichuan peppercorn and fennel seed to name 2 of the short list of botanicals. Quality over quantity at its finest.
Hills & HarbourThe name coming from the Noble fir needles found in the Hills of Newton Stewart and the Bladderwrack seaweed sourced in the harbour. 9 other botanicals and their own base spirit made this one unique tasting gin.
Deerness DistilleryHailing from the Orkney Islands. A gin that from start to finish is done by hand on the island including the company logo and bottle design. Owners Stuart and Adele focus a lot of effort into the environment and supporting local businesses.
KinraraNestled in the Cairngorms is the Kinrara micro distillery where they make unique highland dry gins and liqueurs infused with local flora and berries. As they grow, they plan to delve into craft single malt whiskies and Scottish rums.
LussaMade in Ardlussa, Jura, by a trio of 3 women (Clarie, Alicia and Georgina) utilising the perfect Hebridean climate to produce an outstanding fresh and citrusy gin.
Daffy'sThe result of a 4 year voyage to produce an outstanding spirit using worldwide influences such as the French grain spirit, distilled on an ancient copper pot whisky still with Lebanese mint and an array of other fine botanicals.
KirkjuvagrA fantastic gin heavily acknowledging Orkney's Norse past. "Kirk-u-vaar" is the old word for Kirkwall, the islands capital. They are also using Angelica as a key botanical, which made its way to the island with thanks to the Viking's.
House of ElrickFrom Aberdeen, The House of Elrick was once visited by Bonnie Prince Charlie who gifted them a Jacobite Rose which H of E have used as their logo. Extremely small batch, 600 bottles per run. Using the finest fresh water from Loch Ness during the process.
VerdantWinner of Scottish Gin of the Year 2017 (only being released in May of the same year too). Made and bottled right on our doorstep in Dundee.
StrathearnA series of premium gins produced in what is called "probably Scotland's smallest distillery" by the Perthshire based team themselves.
OrkneyOrkney Gin is made in a bathtub style requiring ultra small batches to be filtered and repeatedly sampled creating unique variations with every batch.
Fifty/50/GinMade using the worlds oldest gin - aged for 10 years in virgin oak casks then rested a further 10 years in ex-whisky barrels then blended with unaged spirit upon completion. In a 50/50 split, hence the name. 50% ABV to boot.
Shetland ReelMade in the most northerly inhabited island in the UK, Unst. Expect mixed spice and citrus, sea salt aromas or an orange zest depending on which one of the trio you choose.
RedcastleDistilled in Angus and individually hand bottled, wax sealed, labelled & numbered at their brewery in Carmyllie. The gin is a super smooth citrus-spice gin, achieved by cleverly balancing 13 botanicals and using traditional distilling methods.
Garden Shed Drinks CompanyA Glasgow gin that came to be after drawing inspiration from a visit to a distillery. Local botanicals are utilised and their aim is to give back to nature as well, supporting Scottish Bumblebee and Tree Trusts. Planting trees and saving bees as they say.
LilliardNamed after the heroine of the 1545 Battle of Ancrum Moor, this Jedburgh gin is handcrafted in a small copper still, using ingredients found & foraged in the Scottish Borders. Light and with a complex floral palette, it reflects their landscape and the abundant natural resources of the Southern Scottish Valleys.
GlenWyvisAiming to have the strongest green credentials in Scotland. Already making deliviries in electric cars and made the headlines by raising £2.5million in community crowdfunding to build an eco-friendly distillery. The company is entirely owned by its employees.
FirkinOur second gin to come out of Leith. After a short maturation process in either an American Oak or ex-Islay whisky cask, a fudge-like sweetness is created or a minty tangent dependent on your choice of tipple. Now available in a dry gin, simply named, Naked.
BadvoA Pitlochry gin by young entrepreneur Helen Stewart. Everything is done completely by hand by Helen and her mother including forgaging, distilling, bottling and labelling.
Eden MillBased in Guardbridge in the old paper mill that once belonged to the notorious Haig whisky family. Eden Mill were one of the first to make waves in the craft movement.
MackintoshThe spirit that took silver at the Scottish Gin Awards 2019. Bottled and distilled in Angus by the Mcintosh family. Passionate to all things gin. Grapefruit and elderflower are the key botanicals here.
BiggarMade by two brothers Stuart and Euan McVicar at the foot of the Tinto Hills. This one is orange forward and winner of the London Dry Gin Category of the Gin Guide Awards 2018.
GinRawThe end result of product crafted by 4 masters in their field ranging from a sommelier to a perfumer. This Barcelona based gin is one to grab your attention wherever it sits.
BoeNamed after the world renowned Professor, Franz de la Boë, the creator of the worlds first gin in 1658. Rare botanicals and spices come together to create Boe's Superior Gin.
Solway SpiritsThe southwest of Scotland company producing extremely small batches at 50 bottles a time. Expect juniper, coriander, orris root, angelica, orange peel, liquorice root and a handful of other locally foraged botanicals.
Edinburgh GinEdinburgh Gin is an artful distillation, capturing the spirit of these luminaries while respecting and paying tribute to our unique sense of place; inspiring us to create a world-class portfolio of gins and liqueurs.
Devil's StaircaseFrom Pixel Spirit's over on the west coast of Scotland near the famed trail in which this gin is named after. All bottled and labelled in the grounds of Loch Leven Hotel in batches of no more than 80 (EIGHTY!) at a time, now that's small batch.
Yu GinYuGin is a unique blend of natural yuzu extracts, Sichuan pepper, coriander and juniper.
The Old CuriosityA trio of gins from Edinburgh's Secret Herb Garden. All botanicals are grown, picked, dried and infused on location to ensure all ingredients are 100% natural and of the finest quality.
Lundin DistillingGorse Gin, from Fife infuses, you guessed it, gorse! Found on the regions coastline. Working in collaboration with the renowned ex-distiller of Sipsmith and Arbikie. Lovely stuff!
PersieHeaded by Simon Fairclough. Persie was conceived after rolling out the world's first touring gin club and after gauging responses from over 150 gins he used this information to create a perfect trio of gins.
The House of BotanicalsA unique collaboration between two companies founded in Aberdeen, Dr. Adam Elmegirab's Bitters & Botanical Spirits, and WM. Cadenhead's, one of Scotland's oldest independent bottlers.
James KeillerA Dundee gin, using Seville oranges, synonymous with James Keiller and Dundee itself. James Keiller utilised the fruit from a stranded Spanish merchant ship that would eventually lead to the creation of his famous marmalade.
The Gin BothyMade and bottled in Kirriemuir, one that's very local to us at Huffman's. Handcrafted spirits at their finest. Until recently, they had been bottling using jugs.
Pilgrim's GinHailing from St Andrew's. The taste and experience is said to be as rewarding as a pilgrims journey, hence the name.
Darnley's GinDarnley's Gin began as a Wemyss family adventure, a brother and sister with a background in whisky and wine but were fascinated by the endless combination of botanicals you could use in gin making and the impact this could have on flavour.
TyreeFrom the west coast island. Tyree uses kelp harvested from the icy waters provides sweetness as well as coastal salty flavours and floral, grassy and vanilla notes are achieved using a range of botanicals from the machair ground inland from the shore.
Pickering'sFrom Edinburgh's first distillery in 150 years, Pickering's gin is based on a handwritten recipe in Bombay from 1947 that is now today up on display in their Summerhall Distillery.
Dornoch DistilleryDistilled in a former forestation, this bespoke bottle replicates a hand fire grenade used by the firemen of yesteryear to combat blazes. 11 botanicals and an organic malted barley and wheat base spirit blend make this a longer lasting gin on the palate.
BadachroA floral and sweet gin from a remote hamlet in the western Highlands. Expect locally sourced wild myrtle, gorse blossom, lavender and rose hip petals to be dancing on your palate.
IllicitMade in Glasgow since 2017 using a direct-fired copper pot still. Darran Edmond's creation has been crafted to enjoy neat or in with your favourite tonic or cocktail.
Loch NessA rare and sought after gin with a production limit of 2000 bottles per year. All botanicals foraged at source, mixed together with the freshest water from their own private water supply.
Sutors GinFrom the highlands of Tain made with key botanicals of in-house grown juniper and sea buckthorn. This spirit is also one of a handful in the country that can boast a grain to glass production as they make their own base spirit.
LinGinLinlithgow's very own gin made with the community's input throughout the voyage to the final product with handpicked botanicals from the around the loch, canal and meadows of the town.
TeasmithA careful blend of finely curated botanicals and hand-picked tea is what gives 'The Teasmith' its characteristic taste. Juniper, coriander, grains of paradise, orange peel and other carefully selected botanicals are twice distilled in traditional copper alembic stills.
Ben LomondA traditional London Dry style gin with a delicate twist coming from the addition of Scottish Berries. Vibrant and crisp, offers a smooth, fresh flavour which finishes with a delicate berry sweetness.
InshriachFrom winning Channel 4's Shed of the Year in 2015, this gin maintains a strong following with the gins being made on location and botanicals all collected around the distillery located a few miles from Aviemore in the Caringorms.
Lenzie GinDouble gold winner at the Scottish Gin Awards 2019 from the well respected and multi-award winning deli in you guessed it...Lenzie.
SelkieOld Poison is a Scottish speakeasy craft distillery, founded by mixologist Fabrizio Cioffi, in Edinburgh. Created after many years of experimentation and experiences, looking to find always a truly unique flavour combining only the finest herbs, fruits and spices.
GintiTi deriving from the Gaelic word for tea. This single estate Scottish tea gin is grown, hand picked and processed, all on their family farm in Stirlingshire. Distilled with Scottish spring water.
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OgilvyMade just outside Glamis by potato farmers who started up after hatching a plan to mitigate perfectly fine by oddly shaped Maris Piper potatoes that the supermarkets would reject. Winner of the Gold Outstanding medal as well as the highly coveted Vodka Trophy 2015 for best vodka.
Holy GrassFrom the team behind Rock Rose Gin. Holy Grass is a tribute to Robert Dick, a legendary botantist from Tullibody, who lived in Thurso between 1830 & 1866. He was a respected baker and a brilliant, self-taught botanist who discovered the sweet vanilla flavoured Holy Grass on the banks of Thurso near the distillery.
Isle of Skye DistillersThe dynamic duo made up of brother's Alistair and Thomas Wilson up in Skye enter into the vodka category. This one is traditionally triple distilled in small batches using water from Storr Lochs. It is finished by hand to create a crisp, clean and smooth spirit.
Solway SpiritsLuxuriously smooth vodka, distilled with pomegranate and black peppercorns from the extremely small batch producers from the Southwest of Scotland producers.
Into The WildDeerness Distillery's award-winning signature vodka, inspired by their surroundings in Orkney. A wonderfully smooth vodka with a clean, crisp finish. Traditionally hand-distilled in small batches using the purest Orkney water, carefully crafted to bring you a bespoke, smooth Orcadian vodka.
BrochanInspired by an old distillers’ recipe from the 1840s, this spirits intentions were to create an exceptional spirit that would be the first British made Oat Vodka in over 150 years.
Bistro VodkaBistro Vodka embodies the easiness and authenticity of Parisian bistrots with the added satisfaction of a unique finesse. A fine and crisp handcrafted Vodka. French, with a punch of finesse.
MurmichanScotland's first and only absinthe. Murmichan, the name being old Scot's for 'wicked fairy' is made and bottled in Aboyne.
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NinefoldHandmade in small batches in Dumfries & Galloway. This White rum uses butterscotch, vanilla and citrus. This one is naturally sweet and fruity and of course gluten free and vegan friendly
SeaWolfScotland's first white rum! 18 month’s in the making, the cane molasses is done at low temperature for 4 weeks using both rum and Champagne yeasts, resulting in an “unusual” flavour profile of unripe banana and sugar cane with tropical fruit notes on the palate with faint citrus and spice finale!
Dark MatterScotland's first rum to come onto the market. Stemming from two brother's going on holiday and being turned away from rum distilleries. One thing led to another after finding out all about the sugarcane spirit.
House of ElrickAlready well known for his gin and old tom's, Stuart Ingram enters into the rum side of things with a white, spiced, and dark rum.
SweetdramFrom the quirky bunch in Edinburgh striving for you to drink different. This Spiced Rum is a bold, aromatic spirit made with Caribbean rums, lush green botanicals, grains of paradise, lapsang souchong and warm-smoked organic figs.
RedcastleLaunched in August 2018, this Spiced Rum takes a step back in time to when the East Coast of Scotland was a hotbed for rum smuggling. They blend their own Angus distilled rum with 3 year old cask aged Jamaican rum.
DunedinFrom Strathearn Distillery, and probably the first goldem rum in Scotland from over 100 years. The bottle pays homage to Scotland and Muireadhach (Murdina) the famous Sea Warrior.
RumbullionYou'd be right to assume this is from the makers of Bathtub Gin! Rumbullion contains the finest high proof Caribbean rum, creamy Madagascan vanilla is then added and a generous helping of zesty orange peel
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WesterWester Rum takes its name from the Wester Sugar House Company which was established in Glasgow's Candleriggs in 1667. For over a century it built a reputation for refining sugar and distilling rum. Rich, full bodied flavour, the rum is then infused with the finest spices, citrus zests and vanilla.
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Solway SpiritsFrom Scotland's Solway Spirits comes an enjoyably spicy Spiced Rum, made with herbs, spiced, fresh root ginger and a pinch of chilli.
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FraiserThe whisky liqueur that has has been the top selling brand at whisky event they show up at since its release. A creation infusing Scotch whisky and strawberries expertly crafted by John Smith, the former head distiller of Glenmorangie.
AelderFrom the team behind the upmarket catering company Buck & Birch. Aelder is packed with dark and rich fruits blended with a Scotch whisky creating one of our most versatile drinks. Cocktails, neat, in prosecco or on game dishes, the list goes on.
Cross BrewCross Brew is a rich, full-bodied coffee liqueur made from a darkly roasted blend of coffee, a new make spirit base, sugar and Scottish water. Mike Aikman and Jason Scott are at it again this time with the help of barista, Ericka Duffy and photographer and designer Dan Bartley.
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HarooshA bramble berry and honey whisky liqueur using locally sourced botanicals. Kept within the family for 100 years and only brought to market in 2016.
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BraembleThe Braemble Gin Liqueur is made with a combination of London dry gin and Scottish brambles. Hailing from Edinburgh, Braemble is the work of Mike Aikman and Jason Scott from world renowned Bramble Bar in Edinburgh along with gin enthusiast Craig Harper.
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SpringbankFounded in 1852, the renowned distillery is now in the hands, Hedley G. Wright. Founder Archibals Mitchell's great, great grandson – the fifth generation of the Mitchell family to own and manage Springbank.
GlengoyneSince 1833! No peat is used in the barley drying process, allowing the subtle, complex flavours of slow distillation and exquisite wood to shine through. Glengoyne’s natural colour comes from time and wood alone. Matured in hand-selected sherry casks.
Pig's NoseThe whisky's name plays on the notion that it’s as smooth as a pig's nose. Produced in specially selected first-fill oak casks, the seriously satisfying smoothness comes from combining oak-aged Speyside, Islay and Lowland malts with superior gentle grain whiskies.
The FeatheryNamed with Scottish craftsmanship in mind. Feathers were used in the first prototypes of a golf ball which took time and skill to complete, like this whisky itself. Matured in first class sherry wood. Nutty sherry notes, a touch of creamy vanilla and a hint of ginger.
Wemyss MaltsA series of whiskies to quench the thirst of any whisky connoisseur. From the area where John Haig the founder of Haig's built his first distillery.
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Cushiedoo'sA fresh approach to tonic. NO QUININE! Catering for those not into the bitterness of a traditional tonic, this is an ideal substitute. A fantastic stand alone drink and one for really letting botanicals come through in your favourite spirit tipple.
Ogilvy - Perfect PourA premium range of vodka-based cocktail mixes which can be blended with tonic, lemonade, ginger beer or Prosecco to create instant cocktails. Refreshing blends of fresh fruit juices and herbs are used to give a natural sweet taste. Perfect Pour is a follow-up to their signature potato vodka.
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